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作者 Herissone, Rebecca
書名 Musical Creativity in Restoration England
出版項 New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013
國際標準書號 9781107290129 (electronic bk.)
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說明 1 online resource (462 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
附註 Cover -- Contents -- Figures -- Music examples -- Tables -- Preface -- Editorial method -- Staves and braces -- Clefs -- Note values, barring and metre -- Stave signatures and accidentals -- Beaming -- Slurs and ties -- Figuring -- Text, spelling and underlay -- Abbreviations -- References to pitch and rhythm -- Manuscript shelfmarks -- RISM sigla -- Belgium -- France -- Germany -- Great Britain ('GB' is omitted) -- Ireland -- Italy -- Japan -- United States of America -- Anonymous copyists -- Autograph manuscripts -- Part I Creative contexts and principles -- 1 Imitation, originality and authorship -- Principles of invention -- Imitatio in practice -- Authorship and originality -- Conclusions -- 2 Sources and their functions -- Practical functions of Restoration music manuscripts -- Fowle originalls -- Performance materials -- Transmission manuscripts -- File copies -- Presentation and collectors' manuscripts -- Pedagogical materials -- Conclusions -- Part II Creative strategies -- 3 'Ye fowle Originall in score': initial invention and the functions of notation -- Creative strategies relating to large-scale structure -- The composition of instrumental and vocal sections in large-scale works -- The functions of file copies of large-scale music for events -- Creative strategies within movements -- Part invention in non-imitative styles -- Part invention in contrapuntal textures -- Example of the first Platform of a Fuge -- Contrasting approaches: Oxford Act songs and odes -- Conclusions -- 4 'I have here sent ye full Anthems': transmission and the culture of serial recomposition -- Manuscript transmission and the concept of serial recomposition -- Background variation and the creative role of the copyist -- Conclusions -- 5 'For Seaverall Freinds': consort music and the study of musical texts -- Serial recomposition in consort music
Serial recomposition in Locke's consort music -- Serial recomposition in the consort music of Bowman, Hingeston and Henry Purcell -- Notational exactitude and the study of musical texts -- Stylistic change and the decline of notational exactitude -- Conclusions -- 6 'His mind be filled with the materiall': arrangement, improvisation and the role of memory -- The creative role of the arranger -- Song arrangments -- Keyboard arrangements -- The creative implications of memorization -- Scribal memory stores and the 'gist' -- Aural transcription and the creative role of the performer -- Conclusions -- Bibliography -- Primary sources (including facsimiles) -- Music -- Literary texts, including music theory and discourse -- Secondary sources -- Modern editions of music -- Index of manuscripts -- Index of musical works -- General index
Rebecca Herissone's study is the first comprehensive investigation of approaches to the creation of music in late seventeenth-century England
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Herissone, Rebecca Musical Creativity in Restoration England New York : Cambridge University Press,c2013 9781107014343
主題 Music -- England -- 17th century -- History and criticism.;Composition (Music) -- History -- 17th century
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